LifeLine Projects

Impacting individuals, influencing systems.

Since 2000, we've helped over
people through
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of programmes


Leading the way, learning through play.

Nurseries we'd want to send our own children to, built on our 15+ years of experience of working in Early Years.

Little Learners at Ambleside Avenue

Our newest nursery, opened to address a growing deficit of childcare in Elm Park.

Little Learners at St Nicholas Avenue

Our first nursery, located in a converted residential property in the heart of Elm Park.
Supported by Mayor of London
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
London Borough of Havering
London Borough of Redbridge

More recent news from LifeLine

polling station poster on clear glass door

Speak up. Be heard.

With the general election fast approaching, I’ve been thinking about how the political process works. Politicians from each party share their ideas and plans with us, and then we go to the polling station, mark our choice on a piece of paper, and… that’s it.

2 weeks ago

 by Nathan Singleton

Champions Support Network to continue supporting local parents and carers

We are excited to announce that the Champions Support Network will continue running through 2024-25, thanks to support from the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, and Redbridge and London’s Violence Reduction Unit.

3 weeks ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

Case Study: Champions Support Network

The Champions Support Network has been supporting parents and carers with raising young people in Barking and Dagenham, Havering, and Redbridge since 2020. Thanks to continued funding from London’s Violence Reduction Unit, the CSN trains peer mentors from the community to support other parents, arranges a range of activities to help families build connection and friendship, and delivers a programme of training...

4 weeks ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

The importance of listening to young people

As the CEO of a local support charity, I often ponder whether we're genuinely hearing the voices of those we aim to help.This concern struck me recently when I attended an event at the House of Commons designed to foster dialogue between young people and the decision-makers who shape their lives in the UK.While many young people were passionately voicing...

2 months ago

 by Nathan Singleton

From mentee to mentor

Kled is currently a Junior Youth Development Worker, having recently joined our SW!TCH team. But Kled first came to us while he was in Sixth Form, referred for mentoring by his school. After developing under the guidance of his mentor, he stepped up to become a SW!TCH Ambassador, supporting our team and helping to mentor others. And we were extremely...

2 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

LifeLine joins consortium supporting young people through flagship MyEnds programme

We're proud to announce that we'll be further supporting young people in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham as part of the Winning Harts consortium, funded as part of the Mayor of London's £14.5m investment in local communities through the MyEnds programme. Led by the West Ham United Foundation, and working alongside Youth League UK, Be Heard as One,...

2 months ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team


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